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U.S.-Made Weapons Used in ‘Barbaric’ Attack on Civilians, Says Russia

Daniel Kim Views  

TASS News Agency

North Korea recently condemned Ukraine for carrying out a brutal attack on Russian civilians using American missiles under the guidance of U.S. military experts.

This condemnation refers to the incident on the 23rd, when Ukraine launched an attack on the city of Sevastopol, a port city in the southwest of the Crimean Peninsula and home to the Russian Black Sea Fleet, using the American Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS), resulting in over 100 civilian casualties.

On the 27th, North Korean Defense Minister Kang Sun Nam, in a statement released through the Korean Central News Agency, strongly condemned this incident as a “direct military attack on Russia’s territory and an atrocious crime against humanity that leaves no room for any excuse.”

He specifically pointed out that the missile launched by Ukraine at Russian civilians was American-made, and the coordinates for the missile strike were set by none other than U.S. military experts.

Minister Kang stated, “Now, it has been further exposed that the U.S.’s role as a direct party to the conflict in Ukraine and a major supporter of terrorism. It is clear that the weapons the U.S. is providing to Ukraine are being used as tools of mass murder against peaceful Russian citizens.”

He warned that “the U.S., having become a party to the war in Ukraine, has no right to complain about any retaliation from Russia, and such retaliatory attacks will be the most legitimate defense.”

He reaffirmed his stance: “We will always stand with the Russian military and people who are fighting for justice to defend their national sovereignty and security.”

On the 27th, the Korean Central News Agency addressed in a separate review that Ukraine will pay the price for murdering peaceful residents, including this terror attack and the hundreds of other attacks in such as Belgorod Oblast and Kursk Oblast.

In particular, the attack on Sevastopol came immediately after the U.S. approved the use of its weapons to target any location in Russia. The agency straightforwardly criticized the U.S., calling it an “open kill order” handed down to the pawns who have stepped forward as the spearhead of their hegemonic strategy and an extreme confrontation declaration against Russia.

The news agency criticized, “Those who issued the kill order without hesitation against peaceful residents, the executioners, and the terrorists will pay the price,” supporting Russia’s response as exercising the right to self-defense for national interest protection and the safety of its citizens.

Daniel Kim
content@viewusglobal.com

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